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people hiding under rubble guard view though where the democracy promotion is going to. go this memo saying that creating an electricity crisis is the best way to create regime change in venezuela was authored by the organization. is a u.s. funded soft power organization that helped train venezuelan coup leader of one why go and his allies the u.s. funded organization that train one why go the guy who is currently running around venezuela claiming to be president that same organization authored a memo saying cutting all venezuelan power grid is the best way to bring down the government and now just weeks after why go declares himself president without any democratic voting to that end the power grid cutoff what are they on. what i was getting. out of going getting but hold on it's not like the
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twenty ten memo name the same place to cut off the power this recent outage was caused by a failure at the simone. hydroelectric plant dam whereas the twenty ten canvas memo says it could be done let's see here yes the glory days am. was to really prove that the u.s. crude cheerleaders had something to do with this you'd have to show they had before knowledge of the plan and that and that you know no one is going to reveal that. this is the this is the point a movie where senator marco rubio goes hold my beer. pros play and a self-proclaimed piece of little man syndrome marco rubio. on twitter eighteen minutes after the black. began and excitedly says the main airport
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without power and the backup generators have failed how did he know the backup generators had failed at a time that the communications minister of venezuela said local authorities did not yet know if backup generators had failed. was. because rubio can't predict was there anything he can do other than reached up on the top shelf. not that show did the n.b.c. report cover these aspects today they talk about the canvas memo. they're more likely to mention the bed bug village they have living in there and that president nicolas maduro blamed the blackouts on american imperialism so n.b.c. told its viewers nothing but the power went out and said it was american imperialism
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without context that sounds like. a riot it sounds like if you you know crashed your car into a tree and then why is the media doing this time i am right it doesn't make any sense but but there is tons of evidence that the us regime change playbook is being used here plus let's not forget the us was found to be flying guns in venezuela a few weeks ago the plane was a private company but the owners had links to the cia and by the way that twenty ten canvas memo that spells out this exact plan how did that memo come out wiki leaks wiki leaks thank you like you would reveal the truth to us and this is why wiki leaks continues to be one of the most dangerous organizations to our american empire it shows the truth to you and me right to the unwashed masses the dirty little ants that the ruling elite don't want to touch with a ten. poled it's covered in pure l.
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and then there's a ten foot condom on top of that right wiki leaks shows us how the u.s. manipulates other countries and crushes them did babies in incubators in those hospitals die because that blackout maybe did elderly on heart machines die maybe to a sociopath like john bolton and donald trump might pompei on marco rubio it doesn't matter it does not matter they honestly don't care and the corporate democrats don't care either if there were if there were a sociopath test to be allowed to work in our government the congress and the executive branch would be like ninety seven percent empty right then there would be that the countless media ghost town up on that hill right there would look like the view of women weren't allowed on the set all right with the look like comic-con if you could only attend if you had not seen the original star wars here at all i just found the end of the line which is already started
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line if you ever see the seventies my point is there is practically no courage left in mainstream journalism they stand up for what is right with the strength of a dandelion spore on a windy day that is good and that is practically that is why privately none of these talking heads are reporters of the big outlets are fighting for the freedom of truly innocent or chelsea manning who is yet again a political prisoner yet again and why that same media count us regime change garbage but you already knew that and that's why you're hanging out with us instead of the yes ok.
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oh. well chris welcome i'm really cam now let's take the news from behind we start off this week with nothing. and not just nothing but bold achievements in nothing in the senate passed a war powers resolution to cut off american military support for the saudi led coalition's assault on yemen so that is exciting but trump will likely read all that so congress will basically have accomplished nothing which is one of their best skills all right ten thousand practice right there ten thousand hours the u.k. continue and they just keep finding themselves saying why can't i quit. this show to resume on the parliament of basically done nothing and fox news thrived to divert attention away from their impressively racist hose supply hiring former d.n.c. chair donna brazil as a contributor but donna brazil is
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a classic neo liberal who has defended our endless wars against black and brown countries and claimed on camera that karl rove was one of her best friends so for fox news hiring brazil changes nothing. which also happens to be what you can learn from fox news. there. are actually they're actually the number one name in nothing. but not everyone has been sitting on their hands achieving nothing this past weekend activists were very active as you seem to be ok there were there were global protests to stop the u.s. regime change efforts in venezuela but things are very bad of venezuela which is why we have to invade here's a quick clip what's happening down there and i must warn you it's not pretty yet you. a few oh wait apparently that france
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was. ok where were this past week and yellow as protesters marched and rioted it's clear from that video that we the united states the world's police man we will need to bring down their government but again the chance. we gave them didn't say how great we are french people we will save you from your terror and. where we're out how here perpetrate your coupe de tat that. we will even teach you the proper way to pronounce a coupe de tat because you had it wrong in fact secretary of state and bloated corpse look alike my comment that you know. this week that he is suspending resists of all french officials take a look at the us today persists into existing legal authority to post visa
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restrictions on any alien i'm announcing a policy of u.s. visa restrictions on those individuals directly responsible for any i.c.c. investigation of u.s. personnel. i'm sorry he suspended veces of any i.c.c. officials the international criminal court which prosecutes things like genocide crimes against humanity and war crimes well you can see why the trump administration had to stop them they were prosecuting all of our favorite hobbies all right. of course we hate that. do you think bob ross a liked someone who was prosecuting the use of oil paints no you. know if the us seized all war crimes what we do all day all right at my club i would have to go back to his old job professionally testing the tensile strength of ben's collared shirts. that's. plenty.
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but don't worry even if our american rulers were arrested for war crimes it seems they could continue to run their empire from behind bars at least that's what's far more bro martin really seems to be doing what it squarely wasn't able to continue to run his business who would jack up the prices of lifesaving meds no one alright no one there will be no one and we can all agree affordable pharmaceuticals is completely on america. what do we know better than canada now the before you know it will be walking around caring about climate change. and acknowledging each other's existence if you are going to be horrible in fact it may already be too late tens of thousands of americans were part of an estimated one point four million students and youth who walked out of school as part of friday's worldwide demonstrations against climate change. all right thank you but more than two
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thousand cities and at least a hundred and twenty countries on every continent including antarctica may she rest in peace children are leading the way on this front because they're neither all right everybody. always knows one something in this case it happens to be a future when. you get over yourself millennialists look kids we have to take slow plodding incremental steps to dealing with climate change in such a way that we blow past the point of no return broke or anything significant has been done and that's now there's words so just sit back and let certain extinction wash over you literally. but don't worry the point of no return is only one hundred twenty nine months away according to the intergovernmental panel on climate change so you want to wait longer so that you know. yes of course maybe
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technology can save us except we're using the nation's best minds to do more important things like come up with ways to surveil the entire american population just for example san diego is been turned into a massive chinese style public surveillance network that's right thousands of covert facial recognition streetlamps or identifying everyone in san diego but don't worry it's being sold as an awesome new technology look. for a fine that's what. that was. the only reason that video clip seems like it doesn't seem like a terrible idea because you put nice music behind it. it would be different if there were different music look.
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like. what they are done the next step is to show a spokesman who might be a cyborg but it's unclear cindy who is proving that you can use to deliver digital infrastructure across ten years this is our city tonight you know ok billy corgan there somehow. i'm somehow has the ability to smile slightly while he talks the whole time which no normal human being does realize they have a traumatic brain injury. the like a darth vader head on every street. being sold to us by the original terrifying robo cop. and robo cop.
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so every streetlamp will be able to watch everyone to hear everything and then one day decide whether you should be allowed to do anything that you're doing and who will decide what's allowed to the people at the top like these guys all right the guys who are afraid of the genocide court proceedings because they may have a genocide or two in their past. who is counting we have to go quick break but you get exclusive content and more by texting the word redacted before or bore nine nine nine it's free and quick well there are. you on finding oh oh oh oh oh oh dear it's crazy oh. we've been a real good shot people get murder trials all our life. but
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sometimes our past young people are deciding if they want to not like their parents not like the liberals. the blacks always drug school was. always have problems but you're not going to focus a lot it's the most ubiquitous gun out there most police departments use it almost over stores and the schools tell to take a get their hands on top of them twenty four hours. a week teach these kids about racism about police brutality taking pride in what they are these kids are a part of all history. welcome to mexico as are financial survival guide. looking forward to your pension account. yonks this is what happens to pensions in britain
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delicacy you watched as a report. that i took it up until today just makes me. a little sad less than i thought this was the one. most of us are. those of. us down so good at making a second news have resumed and i will tell you who committed the sex the first step was not to post back. to the. news.
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cast i have spent two weeks filling out your brackets there's a different march madness happening in congress senator mcconnell mitch mcconnell. mcconnell said he has enough senate votes to employ a nuclear option that would limit the debate time for new judicial nominees from thirty hours to two hours this allows him to cram in as many of trump's right wing judges as possible but what's even more maddening is how much help he's already received from the other side of the aisle for meeting the democrats for more on this we go to our senior court appointed reporter now him again yet.
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well we do and look you just reminded me i got to fill out my federal court confirmation tournament brackets sorry. that's the. core district court supreme court. core. people's court ok because i'm on the list was a t.v. show. and congrats on finding something i'd actually be less likely to participate in the actual basketball marj my ok little is trying to do better than last year's bracket where i pick democratic senator amy klobuchar are to vote no on conservative minnesota supreme court justice david strong going to the u.s. court of appeals for the eighth circuit but then i lost what she confirmed to me anyway. and i was pretty sure i got that pick right given strong said in the speech to the right wing federalist society i really grew up with a steady diet of justice antonin scalia and i'm better for him.
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and he went on a steady diet of probably breaks out in hives whenever a whenever a black kid gets a full ride to harvard. and that's a boneheaded move for global choices running for president you want to you'd be surprised just how many senate dems greenlit trumps judicial picks in fact the advocacy group the man justice released a report card they're great at their track record on rejecting traps bad choices and the result was a third of senate democrats received either a d. or an effort not to mention the eleven set of dems who received cvs but trust me with the right penmanship it's a lot easier to change into would be. or at least west virginia senator joe manchin who got an f. can just switch parties since he greenlit new gorsuch and brett kavanaugh for the supreme court and voted yes ninety percent of the time to advance trumps district court nominees. these are judges who will i mean they'll be deciding on everything
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from rights to abortion rights to voting rights it's criminal that that many democrats voted for don't know what's criminal is this report card wasn't around last year when i was filling these out. but demand justice known as this has long term implications for equality and my gambling habit so we went up to humiliation by watching a digital ad buy in the home states of lawmakers who received failing grades you can i had a physical copy of a report card but you can't hide from the internet or the internet remembers for ever even sen mazie hirono who actually got an a from demand justice learned that when she went viral for this comment about trump during the government shutdown any effort on his part to blame the democrats will be such that as i said before i worked hard to be able to stand. personally i would have given her an a plus if she
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dropped the f. bomb but because a lot of these dems are c. words for approving f. and d. whole judges who can stick their records up there be hopes that. it was. back to college scandal money was used to manipulate colleges you don't hear much about saudi arabia's manipulation of u.s. colleges do you for more on this we sent redacted correspondent naomi caravan to somewhere i'm not sure where i can remember but she filed this report. one of the core of the latest university scandals as a prospective student you must familiarize yourself with all the corruption and fraud you can choose to pursue and be arrested or later i'm sure you've heard about the rich kids who were smuggled into elite colleges through bribes. they just got
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suspicious when lori loughlin tried to send the family to detective school. was one of the most. students in forensic biology. but there was another scandal brewing less attention saudi arabia the u.a.e. qatar kuwait bahrain oman provided to the region billion dollars u.s. universities from twenty twelve to twenty people started asking questions when an m. roddy prince sent the family's journey to get help but he failed all of this exams genies are no further you go just ask will smith. now he's and several thousand wishes georgetown carnegie mellon and northwestern established branch campuses and carter n.y.u. and michigan state have branches in the u.a.e. and so do many others these princes are not warmongering oil barons who hate human rights and laugh at the mention of workers' rights how could they be when abu dhabi
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has an n.y.u. campus where you can visit an almost gallery that promotes so much free thinking that this. could be called our. the mother of washington post columnist jamal khashoggi made many academics in the us question the six hundred million dollars us institutions of higher learning received from various saudi companies individuals and the government itself between two thousand and eleven and two thousand and seventeen george washington university reported receiving over twelve million dollars and twenty seventeen alone so suggestion the school could change their unpopular mascot from the offensive colonial to the saudi king with a chainsaw. just change the name of the school of george washington to bin soundman school for the deadly called unary arts did it say universities are meant to apply certain. values and objectivity and funding from countries especially those
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notorious for violating human rights tarnish the reputation of these centers critics like these are not welcome to come and speak at ceremonies like the world tolerance. the have tolerance library and the artic submission and a tolerance gala dinner here are some attendees taking a tolerance now during a talk on gender equality as the world tolerance summit took place several political dissidents were in jail for intolerance towards the u.a.e. government including matthew hedges a ph d. student from the u.k. who was arrested for allegedly spying and spent seven months in the u.a.e. tolerance jail house it's a shame he went home after his life sentence was pardoned by the president and he had to miss the u.a.e.
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gender equality awards which were only won by men this guy who was just as surprised that he won as you are. as countries like the u.a.e. become more assertive in the region perpetrating a humanitarian crisis in yemen and jailing arab dissidents to the u.s. and the u.k. it's one of our business when you jail and u.k. or a u.s. citizen we have to pay attention and that's so hard with all the money they give our universities. now come with me as i discuss how colleges disclose these donations i only have seven hundred fifty seven more scandals to cover. recruiting. this is naomi carol ronnie redacted.
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here are your headlines from the future two weeks from now the bureau of labor statistics will announce. half of increase in u.s. employment due to people hired to help president fight lawsuits investigations. for the economy and three days from now you'll read. made o'rourke on bill's presidential campaign slogan experience you can count on one hand i thought that charts show a lot of. life. to the nuts and bolts. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy one sunday shouldn't let it be an arms race. spearing dramatic developments only really i'm
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going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. i do think the numbers mean something they matter to us with over one trillion dollars of debt more than ten white collar crime families this. eighty five percent of global wealth he longs to be old the rich. six percent world market those thirty percent some with one hundred to five hundred per second per second and this one rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars
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industrial park but don't let the numbers over. the only number you need to remember one one business you know for the mid one and only boom but. during the great depression which almost remembers. it was most of my family were working. there wasn't it was bed much worse objective listen today but there was an expectation of the things we're going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america was shaped by the turn principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack solo down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to. one set of rules for the rich opposite.
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that's what happens when you put her into the. narrow sector of will switch which is dedicated to increasing power for chills just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. that.
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than a thousand yellow vests protesters take to the streets of froth despite a government warning that soldiers could open fire on a flight as endangered by a chorus of the british government iconic landmarks for protests but it's since at this site. today the demonstrators found an other well known location. u.s. box kurdish forces in syria to declare victory over his islamic states off to capture in his last foothold what we call donald trump claims the terrorist group can't be defeated. around one million people descend on central london for an anti brags that macho made growing out and go over the way the u.k. government has handled probes.


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